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    GA Victim's family angry that hit-run driver still in U.S.

    No deportation after hit-run conviction leaves victim's family upset

    By Christian Boone and Andria Simmons
    The Atlanta Journal-Constitution
    Gwinnett County News
    Monday, August 23, 2010

    An illegal immigrant who has been arrested five times for driving offenses, including a hit-and-run that ultimately left an elderly Dacula man dead, was back in court in Gwinnett County last week.

    Enlarge photo Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office Celso Campo-Duartes, driver of a car that struck and killed 83-year-old Dacula resident in 2005.

    The family of Aubrey Sosebee, whom Celso Campo-Duartes was convicted of running over in 2005, wonders why the Mexican plumber is still in the United States.

    “He shouldn’t have even been on the road, let alone this country,

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    Once again this shows that Congress and the Administration believe American lives are worth nothing. They are willing to sacrifice us for open borders, cheap labor and illegal alien votes. The crooks posing as politicians allow, encourage and abet illegal alien identity thieves, robbers, rapists, child molesters and other illegal alien criminals. A pox on all politicians and the absolute joke of a taxpayer dollars wasting Homeland Insecurity Department and it's Clown in Chief Napolitano who instead of securing the damn borders, campaigns for open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens.
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    Controversy Over Status of Illegal Convicted in Killing

    Written by Kelly Holt
    Friday, 27 August 2010 09:30

    Controversy surrounds the recent arrest of an illegal immigrant in Gwinnett County Georgia, part of the Atlanta Metropolitan Area. On August 23, MyFoxAtlanta reported that authorities have no plans to deport illegal immigrant Celso Campo-Duartes, who was convicted in a deadly hit-and-run accident and arrested for multiple traffic violations.

    In January 2008, the suspect entered a negotiated plea to a charge of failure to stop at, or return to, the scene of an accident in the death of Aubrey Sosebee, an 83-year-old World War II veteran run over while retrieving his mail. Campo-Duartes was sentenced to two years in prison and three years probation and was released for time served. Since his release Campo-Duartes, who is in the country illegally, has been arrested repeatedly for traffic violations.

    A little more than a year ago, he was arrested for driving without a license and released the same day on $760 bond. Last October, he was arrested on the same charge once again.

    The Atlanta Journal Constitution (AJC) reported that Campo-Duartes was then voluntarily deported, according to the Gwinnett County Sheriff's Office. Whether he'll be involuntarily deported following his latest charge remains uncertain.

    The victim's family is surprised the illegal immigrant is still in the country after serving his sentence, but his current whereabouts are no mystery. He's been in custody since May 28, after being charged with disorderly conduct and unlicensed driving. He would have been eligible for a $1,983 bond had he not violated probation.

    The repercussions of violating voluntary deportation — which permits an individual to exit the country at his or her own expense within a designated amount of time — could be much more severe.

    Boston attorney Joshua Goldstein, who writes a blog on immigration law, wrote recently: "the consequences of failing to comply with a voluntary departure order may be worse than deportation itself." Penalties include fines of $3,000 along with a 10-year bar from any appeal or adjustment of a removal order, or change of status.

    Gwinnett Sheriff Butch Conway has placed a hold on Campo-Duartes under 287(g), a partnership with the federal government that trains deputies to identify illegal immigrants in the county jail, then hand them over to Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) for possible deportation. ICE spokeswoman Barbara Gonzalez said she couldn't discuss the specifics of Campos-Duarte's case without his permission.

    Stacey Bourbonnais, spokeswoman for the Sheriff's Department, told Fox that police handed Campo-Duartes over to ICE in 2009 after his arrest for unlicensed driving. "The judge, I guess, allowed him to voluntarily deport. He either didn't leave the country as agreed or he left and came back." Added Conway, "They put him on the honor system, more or less." He hopes Campo-Duartes, who is from Mexico, will be deported, "but that's not my decision to make," he told the AJC.

    One angry reader commented on MyFoxAtlanta's website "Can we deport the judges?"

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    here is what i posted yesterday from FoxNews on this same story

    http://www.alipac.us/ftopict-210530.html

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    In January 2008, the suspect entered a negotiated plea to a charge of failure to stop at, or return to, the scene of an accident in the death of Aubrey Sosebee, an 83-year-old World War II veteran run over while retrieving his mail.
    A WWII hero who was willing to make the ultimate sacrifice for this country, defending the world against the ravages of nazism, is mowed down by a piece of shit illegal invader who does not even bother to stop and to top it off, this scum bag will not even be deported.

    I would bet my house that this scum bag will kill another American while behind the wheel. It's only a matter ot time! He's already been arrested three times since being released.

    This administration is managing to reach new lows on this issue daily!
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    Thanks Obama, there just here killing us and our families, after you let them off and don't deport them.

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    Yet they always manage to find Americans citizens somehow. They nailed my son for a 1 year old parking ticket threatening him with license suspension. I know he should have paid the stupid ticket but I am just sayin that they always manage to find us.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pattyk
    Yet they always manage to find Americans citizens somehow. They nailed my son for a 1 year old parking ticket threatening him with license suspension. I know he should have paid the stupid ticket but I am just sayin that they always manage to find us.

    They get away with a lot simply because no one wants to do paperwork for someone who doesn't speak the language. Amazing how many get let go because of someone NOT doing their job.

    Thanks Obama.

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    In the meantime, Campo-Duartes wrote Superior Court Judge Timothy Hamill, explaining that he has a wife, three children and a 60-year-old mother for whom he is the primary provider.The letter did not specify if the family was in Georgia or in Mexico. In his absence, he said, the family had lost their house and car and was in dire need of food.
    You probably should have thought of that before you ran over the poor old guy.

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